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SIMS B2B Maintenance Agreement
B2B is the Capita module that links the school’s SIMS system to the Council’s Capita One Education Management system. It allows for the safe, secure transfer of child level data - a process currently...
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School Flu Letter
11 Dec
Due to an increasing number of schools reporting flu-like illness amongst staff and pupils as well as an increase in confirmed cases of flu in the community, please find attached a proactive flu letter for schools which I would be grateful if you could share with your Directors of Education in Cheshire and Merseyside for cascade to local schools. As well as the attached letter which includes the information sheet, also attached is a stand-alone version of the information sheet to assist schools in sharing the information sheet separate to the letter. Many thanks for your assistance. Sam Dr Sam Ghebrehewet GMC No. 4662879 Head of Health Protection PHE North West – Cheshire & Merseyside sam.ghebrehewet@phe.gov.uk Tel: 0344 225 0562 option 1:1 Fax: 0151 708 8417 www.gov.uk/phe Follow us on Twitter @PHE_uk @PHE_NorthWest www.facebook.com/publichealthengland
Primary SENCo Network meeting
10 Dec
Please note that the dates for the Primary SENCo network meeting have changed. They will now take place on: Tuesday 4 February 2020, 1.15 for a 1.30 start at St Werburghs Wednesday 5 February 2020, 1.15 for a 1.30 start at TCAT Professional Development Building (Bridgewater High School Upper Site) Places are available to book via my school services. There will be a charge of £10 per person to cover the costs of the venue hire.
Kids should be having fun – not flu!
04 Dec
Free nasal spray flu vaccinations are now being offered to children aged two and three in Warrington. Parents are being urged to protect their children from flu this winter by taking them to their GP practice to receive the free nasal spray vaccination. Flu can be serious for young children and the vaccine helps protect children against flu and other serious illnesses such as bronchitis and pneumonia. If you have a child aged two or three you will be contacted directly by your GP practice to arrange an appointment. Primary school children will also receive the free nasal spray vaccination in school if they haven’t already. Flu can be a very unpleasant for children as they can develop more serious complications. It’s important that steps are taken early to avoid the spread of flu over the winter months. Parents who have children aged two and three should respond to the invite from their GP practice and get the vaccination done as early as possible. For young children, the nasal spray vaccine is a quick, painless and effective way to be protected without the need for injections. Children can act as ‘super spreaders’ of flu, so they can easily pass it on to family, friends and others. The free nasal spray vaccination can help protect your child from flu and also reduce the chance of flu spreading to others. Don’t put off taking your child to get the flu vaccine. For more information on how to receive the free flu vaccine, contact your GP practice or visit nhs.uk/flu
Could you open your door?
01 Dec
Do you have a spare bedroom? Want to make a big difference to young lives? Foster4, the foster carer recruitment service for the four Cheshire Councils, are looking for more people to become foster carers. Fostering is a flexible, home-based role that uses your skills with children. As a foster carer you’ll receive exceptional support, training and benefits, including an allowance circa £300 per week, per child in your care. As part of their new recruitment campaign, Foster4 have also released a 2 minute advert and a competition to find Cheshire’s most welcoming front door. Find out more and request an information pack today at www.foster4.co.uk or follow Foster4 on Facebook and Instagram @foster4cheshire.
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Training & Events

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19 Dec
Girls and ASD
Half day’s training for professionals who work with families of girls living with Autism living in Warrington. Girls with autism have been under-diagnosed and misunderstood for many years, however there is an increasing bank of knowledge and experience that is enabling girls to access the understanding and support that they need. This course has been developed to provide an awareness and understanding of the day to day challenges facing girls living with an autism spectrum disorder/condition, in order to better equip staff supporting children, young people and families. Certificates of attendance will be issued after the event.
06
06 Jan
Positive Thoughts
• To identify what stress is and how this can impact us • To examine stress reactions and what triggers affect us • To review options available when seeking to reduce stress and how to look after oneself emotionally and physically • Practise methods of relaxation • To investigate how to keep well and support on-going good emotional and physical health
07
07 Jan
School Updates & Census (January 2020) Briefing Session (09:00 - 10:30)
The January School census is a statutory requirement and must be completed by all schools. This session will detail all of the processes and procedures required to complete the return.
07
07 Jan
Coercive Control Training
To increase the number of professionals in Warrington who are competent in:- Understanding the dynamics and tactics of coercive control Responding appropriately Making the right kinds of interventions to help survivors and to address perpetrators